Sculpture in Environment (Oct. 1-31, 1967)
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Incredibly rare catalogue from New York City's first major outdoor group exhibition of temporary public art, entitled "Sculpture in Environment," organized by Doris Freedman, and curated by Sam Green. Installed at 9 city park locations and 15 public or corporate buildings or plazas, the show included works by 24 artists including: Alexander Calder, Claes Oldenburg, and Louise Nevelson.
Authors: August Heckscher (Forward Text), Fred McDarrah (Photography), Amy Stromsten (Graphic Design)
Format: Soft Cover / 48 pages / 24 b/w photographs
Publisher: N.Y.C. Administration of Recreation and Cultural Affairs (1967)
Dimensions: 9.5 in x 9 in
Condition: Used (See Photo)